If you think you understand everything there is to know about public opinion and demographics and how these fields relate to community newspapers ÔÇª think again.
Unconventional thinker, writer, dynamic commentator, well-respected broadcaster and provocative researcher Allan Gregg will open a day of high-level discussion at the CCNA/ACNA Gathering of the Clans Convention in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
One of Canada’s most respected and influential pollsters and political commentators, Gregg’s presentation draws on his more than 20 years of work charting Canadians’ attitudes on politics, the economy and social trends as well as key socio-demographic data ÔÇª providing a perspective on the things that matter to key decision-makers at Canada’s community newspapers.
Listen to Gregg’s unique perspectives and gain a better understanding as he challenges the status quo and tells the truth about important public policy issues. Backed by one of Canada’s leading research houses, his presentation will leave you with a better understanding of the community newspaper business and its place in the Canadian landscape.
Allan Gregg is an original ÔÇª so don’t miss his insightful presentation! Register for Friday only (at $200), or better yet, the entire Convention.
For registration information, go to the Convention web site at www.communitynews.ca/convention2002 .